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Of course. If Sheik Obama doesn't promote her, she'll squeal about their affair.
9 months, 3 weeks ago on Access denied | The Cable
People like you are the ones who can't think beyond what the talking heads tell you.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Access denied | FP Passport
And you think that the missile will kill only the robber? That thing will destroy the liquor store and everybody in it and around it. It's called collateral damage. Collateral damage is okay if it's "ferners", but what about whey they're actual "merikans"?
Term limits. Unfortunately, it's not a quick fix.
1 year ago on Gold and Silver Approved as Legal Tender by Arizona Senate – Tenth Amendment Center Blog
How can Utah and Arizona have such intelligent state legistatures but the people of those states continue to elect travesties like Hatch and Songbird McCain?
@farmrdave The states could also retaliate and refuse to send tax money to the feds. I've felt this way for a long time. Keep our money at home and tell the feds to find their money else where. Starve the monkey. As for schools and colleges, it's time to dump the tax-funded public school paradigm anyway. It's a total failure, rat hole down which you cannot stuff enough money to fix. Time for private schools. As for police and hospitals, they shouldn't be getting federal money anyway. Giving federal dollars to them puts them under federal control. I, for one, do not want my police and health care to be federalized. Screw the feds. And if the states become tyrannical, screw them too.
1 year ago on Words Don’t Matter, Actions Do
Nobody mentions the Gun Control Act of 1968 or the one back in the '30s that made it illegal to own automatic weapons without a license. They need to be mentioned specifically.
Yes, ugly, as in 1861 ugly.
1 year ago on State Supremacy vs the Supremacy Clause
Nice to see that some of our legislators, unlike our governor, actually have spines.
The trouble with this amendment is that the Bill of Rights is not a list of privileges and immunities. It is a partial list of inalienable rights, which, it seems to me, is way different than government-granted privileges and immunities.
1 year, 1 month ago on The 14th Amendment and the Bill of Rights
What about the Northerners who owned slaves but got rid of them at no loss to themselves, either through manumission or outright selling them to Southerners or islands in the Carribean? At the time that the Lincoln declared war on the South, there were movements in the South to eliminate slavery. It was the radicalism of the northern abolitionists that lit the fuse.
What the states need to do is nullify Congress. Simply ignore them until they wake up or go away. The trouble is that so many governors are just yes-men to the president. They have no spine to tell WDC that they simply will not give their states' money to the federal government to waste anymore. We need to repeal or nullify the 16th and 17th Amendments for starters. Gotta starve the monkey.
1 year, 2 months ago on 2013: The Tenther Movement Hits its Stride
1 year, 2 months ago on Conversation @ http://thecable.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2012/12/10/clinton_cancels_mid_east_trip_due_to_illness
Talk about scary!